Win! Nocto, the light-up bat with battitude!!

Win! Nocto, the ultimate techy toy and pet pal!

Equipped with top-notch technology, you can have loads of interactive fun with Nocto, the robotic toy bat! He has a unique personality and can show six different moods using lights, sounds and movements. 
Nocto’s eyes, wings and body all respond to external triggers, so you’ll know exactly how he’s 
feeling – from chilled and sociable to tired and grumpy!

Enjoy listening to music? So does Nocto! If he digs the beats you play, he’ll boogie away bat-style. Cool! He loves to have fun, too. See if you have what it takes to beat him in four different games, including Rock, Paper, Scissors and Snap! Watch out, though – he’s a sore loser! And, just like a real bat, Nocto loves to fly and show off his awesome aerial skills! Pick him up and pilot him through the air to make his wings flap and trigger speedy sounds!

Win! Nocto, the ultimate techy toy and pet pal!

Above all, Nocto is a truly loyal companion, happy to hang upside down on his frame and look out for his owner. Set him to protect mode when you sleep and he’ll hang around, watching with his night vision. If he detects potential danger approaching, he’ll flap his wings and sound an alarm. Intruders beware!

Three lucky winners will scoop Nocto for themselves. Yay!

How to win...

To get your hands on your own Nocto toy, we've created a little game for you! Hidden around the site are five images of Nocto. Click around the site and locate all five, then fill in your details below and tell us which features you found them in. Good luck!

Can you find the five images of Nocto hidden around the site?

Psst! Here are some clues to help you find those hidden Nocto images! Check out the History, Animals and Places sections of the site...

Competition closes midnight, 19 October 2016

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Where did you find the five images of Nocto? List the features below...

National Geographic Kids competitions are open to residents of the British Isles, Eire and the Channel Islands, except employees of NGK Publishing Ltd, National Geographic Society, and their families, or any associated companies. National Geographic Kids will not share your personal details with third parties. Only one competition entry per person. Winners will be the first correct entries drawn after the closing dates. The editor’s decision is final. Entrants to National Geographic Kids competitions must be 16 or under. No purchase necessary. No responsibility can be taken for entries lost or damaged in transit. National Geographic Kids will not enter into any correspondence. All winners will be notified accordingly and their names and addresses will be available on request. No cash alternative for any prizes will be offered. The winner may be required to partake in media activity relating to the competition. NG Kids may wish to contact readers in the future by post, phone or email.

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